Classes in Python

Wiebke Pätzold wiebke.paetzold at mplusr.de
Tue Aug 5 13:55:16 CEST 2003


On Tue, 05 Aug 2003 13:36:08 +0200, Peter Otten <__peter__ at web.de>
wrote:

>Wiebke Pätzold wrote:
>
>> So I think that something is wrong with line:
>> vf = vw.filter(PatternFilter("Ge.*"))
>
>The PatternFilter class looks OK now, and so does the line you suspect to be
>wrong. Are you sure there are any records in the database with Nachname
>containing Ge (and not GE or ge)?
That was it, why the program did not run. 
There I could have lookedl for a long time for the error.
Thank you very very very much that you help me with this task. It was
very difficult for me because I am very new in Python.
>
>The only difference I could spot:
>- with the function you are looking for Nachname(n), that contain "ra"
>- with the class you are looking for Nachname(n) that contain "Ge"

>
>Being no regular expressions expert, I think that appending ".*" here has no
>effect for your purpose (If you want Nachname to start with Ge, the
>expression should be "^Ge").
>
>> But here I get an error:  returned exit code 0.
>What's that? Please cut and paste the exact output.


>
>Peter





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